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Fall 1996



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Cosmos Acoustiques
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Morton Feldman: Durations. Mainstream LP MS/5007.
  3. Fred Ho: Monkey Meets the Dragon King and Gets a New Weapon. From "Monkey: Part One". Fred Ho and the Monkey Orchestra. Koch CD KOC 3-7815-2H1.
  4. George Spicka: Ode for Flute, Viola, Cello & Guitar. From "The Rhythm of Love". Jazz Street Station cassette JSS 001.
  5. Karlheinz Stockhausen: Ceylon. Chrysalis LP CHR 1110.
  6. Christos Hatzis: The Temptation of St. Anthony. Centrediscs CMC CD 4693.
  7. Marc Battier: Vers L’Horizon. From "transparence". BondAge CD 562011.
  8. Marc Battier: Walk. From "transparence".
  9. Marc Battier: Transparent Landscape. From "transparence".
  10. Marc Battier: Harpe éolienne #2. From "transparence".
  11. Marc Battier: Sky Above the Port. From "transparence".
  12. Marc Battier: Cybernaut’s Flight. From "transparence".
  13. Marc Battier: Vers L’Horizon. From "transparence".
  14. Marc Battier: Landscape in a Dream. From "transparence".
  15. Mauricio Kagel: Improvisation Ajoutée. From "A Second Wind for Organ". David Tudor, organ. Odyssey LP 32 16 0158.
  16. Ratzo B. Harris: Solos. From "Act of Finding". OODiscs CD 18.
  17. Carl Stone: Axis. From "Kamiya Bar". Robi Droli CD 129806139-2.

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Name Drop Soup
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Morton Subotnick: The Wild Bull, conclusion. Nonesuch LP H-71208.
  3. Eliane Radigue: Biogenesis. Metamkine CD MKCD019 1996.
  4. Morton Subotnick: Silver Apples of the Moon, part I. Nonesuch LP H-71174
  5. Anthony Braxton: Composition 98, excerpt. hat ART LP set 1984.
  6. Eric Dolphy: Something Sweet, Something Tender. Performed by Oliver Lake. From "Prophet". Black Saint LP BSR 0044
  7. Fred Rzewski: Lip Service. Performed by Il Gruppo. From "The Private Sea of Dreams". RCA LP LSP-3846.
  8. Morton Subotnik: Silver Apples of the Moon, part II. Nonesuch LP H-71174.
  9. Rhys Chatham: Guitar Trio. Recording provided by the composer.
  10. Rhys Chatham: Die Donnergotter. Recording provided by the composer.
  11. Poul Ruders: Symphony No. 4, "Himmelhoch jauchzend - zum Tode betrübt". Danish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, Leif Segerstam, conductor. Chandos CD CHAN 9179.
  12. Robert Constable: Dies Irae No. 9. Recording provided by the composer.
    Name Drops Mix
  13. Kenneth Gaburo: Fat Millie’s Lament. "Music for Voices, Instruments and Electronic Sounds". Nonesuch LP H-71199.
  14. Rhys Chatham: Charm. From "Neon". NTone CD CDS15.
  15. Morton Subotnick: Sidewinder, excerpt. Columbia LP M 30683.
  16. David Gunn: Double Whammy. Midi performance provided by the composer.
    end of mix
  17. Poul Ruders: Tundra, excerpt. Danish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, Leif Segerstam, conductor. Chandos CD CHAN 9179

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The Neon Charm of Ramatek
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Lou Harrison: Symphony No. 2, 2nd movement, "The Sweetness of Epicurus". American Composers Orchestra, Dennis Russell Davies, conductor. Musicmasters CD MMD 60204K.
  3. Lou Harrison: Philemon and Baukis. From "Gamelan Music". Musical Heritage Society CD MHS 513382K.
  4. Nick Didkovsky: that is when they start to have their way that is when they start to get out of hand. Dr. Nerve. From "Armed Observation". Cuneiform LP Rune8.
  5. Rhys Chatham: Charm. From "Neon". NTone CD CDS15.
  6. Rhys Chatham: Die Donnergötter. Recording provided by the composer.
  7. Rhys Chatham: Hornithology. From "Neon".
  8. Rhys Chatham: Neon. From "Neon".
  9. Joe McPhee: Red Enchantment. From "Common Threads". Deep Listening CD DL 4-1996 CD.
  10. Joe McPhee: Michael's Cypher. From "Common Threads".
  11. Rhys Chatham: Neon. From "Neon".
  12. Michael Torke: Saxophone Concerto, 3rd movement. John Harle, saxophone; Albany Symphony Orchestra, David Alan Miller, conductor. From "Sax Drive". Argo CD 443 529-2.
  13. Micheal Daugherty: Sing Sing. Kronos Quartet. From "Howl". Nonesuch CD 79372-2.
  14. Larry Austin: LaBarbara: The Name, The Sounds, The Music, 1st movement. Centaur CD CRC 2166.
  15. Carl Stalling: Frazzled Coyote. From "The Carl Stalling Project, Volume 2". Warner Bros. CD 9 45430-2

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Day of Disagreeableness
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Elliott Carter: String Quartet No. 2. Composers Quartet. Nonesuch LP H-71249.
  3. Nicolas Collins: Broken Light. Soldier String Quartet. From "It Was a Dark and Stormy Night". Trace Elements CD TE-1019CD.
  4. Philip Glass: String Quartet No. 5, 5th movement. Kronos Quartet. Nonesuch CD 79356-2.
  5. John Zorn: Cat O’ Nine Tails. Kronos Quartet. From "Short Stories". Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79310-2.
  6. John Oswald: Spectre. Kronos Quartet. From "Short Stories".
  7. David Gunn: Best of the Bazaar, Mark X.
  8. Dennis Darrah: Untitled. Recording provided by the composer.
    Mix: Pianos in Dissent
  9. James Tenney: Music for Player Piano. From "Selected Works, 1961-1969". Artifact Recordings CD ART 1007
  10. Henry Cowell: Piece for Piano (Paris, 1924). Perfromed by Continuum. From "Classic Ultra-Modernist, volume 2". Musical Heritage Society CD MHS 513756Z.
  11. Eric Lyon: Bonko Bonzo. From "ThumpMusic". Drew Krause and Paul Marquardt, pianos. THUMP Piano Duo. Frog Peak CD FP003.
  12. Conlon Nancarrow: Presto from Sonatina for Piano. Performed by Continuum. From "Orchestral, Chamber, and Piano Music". Musical Heritage Society CD MHS 512764M.
  13. Marga Richter: Requiem. From "Snow Mountain: A Spiritual Trilogy". Leonarda CD LE 337.
  14. Jaron Lanier: Breaking Song. From "Instruments of Change". Point Music CD 442-132-2.
  15. Paul Marquardt: Test Pattern. From "ThumpMusic".
  16. Joseph Koykkar: Triple Play. From "Music for SEAMUS volume 3". SEAMUS CD EAM 9402.
  17. Giacomo Rossini: William Tell, arranged by Gottschalk. From "Monster Concert". Columbia LP MQ 31726.
    End of Mix
  18. James Tenney: Music for Player Piano, conclusion. From "Selected Works".

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Who Beyls Us Out?
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Igor Sikorsky: Le Sacre du Helicophter, consisting of:
    • Igor Stravinsky: Le Sacre du Printemps, conclusion. Cleveland Orchestra, Lorin Maazel, conductor. Telarc CD CD-80054.
    • Dmitri Shostakovich: Symphony No. 5, conclusion. Wiener Philharmoniker, Sir Georg Solti, conductor. London CD 440 476-2.
    • Helicopter sounds prepared by Dennis Báthory-Kitsz
  3. Rhys Chatham: An Angel Moves Too Fast to See for 100 guitars. From "Century XXI: Electric/Acoustic America 2". Conducted by Rhys Chatham. New Tone CD NT6731 (129806731-2).
  4. Peter Beyls: The Headless Horseman, beginning. Live performance by Peter Beyls and OSCAR, 1988. Recording provided by the composer.
  5. Peter Beyls: The Headless Horseman, excerpt.
  6. Peter Beyls: The Headless Horseman, excerpt
  7. Peter Beyls: The Headless Horseman, excerpt
  8. Peter Beyls: The Headless Horseman, conclusion.
  9. David Gunn: Best of the Bazaar, Mark 13. Recording provided by the composer.
  10. Ilhan Mimaroglu: Agony (Visual Study No. 4, after Arshile Gorky). From "Electronic Music". Turnabout LP TV 34046S.
  11. Glen Branca: Les Honneurs du Pied. From "Century XXI".

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76: 7+6=13 1+3=4
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Stephen Chatman: Due North, excerpt. Vancouver Chamber Choir, Jon Washburn, director. Centrediscs CD CMC-CDS1.
  3. Jean Piché: Steal the Thunder. Beverley Johnston, percussion. Centrediscs CD CMC-CDS1.
  4. Christos Hatzis: Epitaphios, second section of Byzantium. Libby van Cleve, oboe. Exultate Chamber Singers, John Tuttle, conductor. From "Byzantium". Centrediscs CD CMC-CD4693.
  5. Larry Lake: Psalm. Lawrence Cherney, oboe. Centrediscs CD CMC-CDS1.
  6. Bill Gilliam: Piano Variations. Recording provided by the composer.
  7. James Tenney: Dialogue. From "Selected Works 1961-1969". Frog Peak CD FP 001.
  8. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: zéyu. Recording provided by the composer.
  9. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: quanh. Recording provided by the composer.
  10. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: sweeh. Recording provided by the composer.
  11. Marc Battier: Tourbillon. From "transparence". BondAge CD 562011.
  12. Carl Stone: Shing Kee. From "Four Pieces". EAM Discs CD 201.
  13. David Gunn: Best of the Bazaar, Mark 11. Recording provided by the composer.
  14. Evan Ziporyn: Be In. From "Century XXI: Electric/Acoustic America 2". Conducted by Rhys Chatham. New Tone CD NT6731 (129806731-2).
  15. Paul Reale: Mozart, from Piano Trio, 1980. Mirecourt Trio. Music & Arts CD CD-635.
  16. Carl Ruggles: Evocation No. 1 and No. 4. John Jensen, piano. Music & Arts CD CD-757.
  17. Lou Harrison: Stampede from Double Concerto for Violin and Cello. Kenneth Goldsmith, violin; Terry King, cello. Mills College Gamelan, William Winant and Lou Harrison. Music & Arts CD CD-635.

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Smoothness of the Early 80s
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Giocomazzi: The Italian Theme. Cyril Stapleton and His Orchestra. London LP LL1487.
  3. Maniello: Tango Mamba. Cyril Stapleton and His Orchestra.
  4. Geert van Keulen: Violin Concerto. Vera Beths, violin; Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, Edo de Waart, conductor. Radio Nederland LP 83.053.
  5. Morris: Gabrielle. Cyril Stapleton and His Orchestra.
    The Early 80s
  6. 1981-2: Lou Harrison: Double Concerto for Violin and Cello with Javanese Gamelan, 3rd movement. Kenneth Goldsmith, violin; Terry King, cello. Music & Arts CD CD-635.
  7. 1982: Paul Reale: Sonata for Cello and Piano. From "American Cello, I". Terry King, cello. Music & Arts CD CD-603.
  8. 1984: Conlon Nancarrow: Tango. From "Orchestral, Chamber, and Piano Music". Continuum. Musical Heritage Society CD MHS 512764M.
  9. 1983: Philip Glass: String Quartet No. 2. Kronos Quartet. Nonesuch CD 9 79356-2.
  10. 1982: Steve Reich: Tehilim, beginning. Steve Reich and Musicians. ECM CD ECM 1215.
  11. 1982-84: Kaija Saariaho: Verblendungen. Avanti Chamber Orchestra, Esa-Pekka Salonen, conductor. Finlandia CD FACD 374.
  12. 1984: John Adams: Harmonielehre, part III, Meister Eckhardt and Quackie.. San Francisco Symphony, Edo de Waart, conductor. Nonesuch CD E2-79115.
  13. 1983-84: Poul Ruders: Således saae Johannes. Danish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, Leif Segerstam, conductor. Chandos CD CHAN 9179.
  14. 1981: Henrik Górecki: Miserere, opening. Chicago Symphony Chorus. Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79348-2.
  15. 1981-82: Robert HP Platz: Raumform. Wergo CD WER 6521-2 (286 521-2)
  16. 1984: Ellen Taafe Zwillich: Double Quartet, 2nd movement. New York Philharmonic Ensembles. New World Records CD NW 372-2.
  17. 1985: Morton Feldman: Piano & String Quartet, excerpt.. Kronos Quartet, Aki Takahaski, piano. Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79320-2.
    The Early 80s are over
  18. Gwyneth Walker: Essay for Orchestra. Meriden Symphony Orchestra. Recording provided by the composer.
  19. Stuart Saunders Smith: Crux. O.O. Discs OO11.
  20. Lois Vierck: Go Guitars. From " Century XXI: Electric/Acoustic USA 2". NewTone Records CD NT6731 (129806731-2)
  21. Elodie Lauten: Tronik Involutions: Stillness. O.O. Discs OO27.
  22. Drew Krause: BARK. From "THUMP". Frog Peak Music CD FP 003.

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Vermont Composers Glow Dimly
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Dumisani Maraire: Mai Nozipo. From "Pieces of Africa". Kronos Quartet. Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79275-2.
  3. Peggy Madden: Cosmic Chaos. From "Windows to the Sky". Sistrum Records CD SR 12345-2.
  4. Peggy Madden: Metal Wing/Sculpted Dream. Recording provided by the composer.
  5. Maria Lattimore: Clarifications. Bella Rosa String Quartet. Recorded by Don McLean.
  6. Don Stewart: Celebration Rag. Karen Kevra, flute; Diane Huling, piano. Recorded by David Gunn.
  7. David Gunn: Fuel Cheapens Me. Recording provided by the composer.
  8. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: exirxion. Recording provided by the composer.
  9. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Silicon Death. Premiere performance by Il Gruppo Nuke Jitters. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  10. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Silicon Death. Festival performance by It Isn't Nice. Recorded by Don McLean.
  11. John Koch: Five Fancy Songs, No. 1 & 2. Lisa Jablow, voice; Paula Ennis-Dwyer, piano. Recorded by David Gunn.
  12. Peggy Madden: The Hook. From "Windows to the Sky".
  13. Erik Nielsen: Anamnesis. Bella Rosa String Quartet. Recorded by Don McLean.
  14. Don Stewart: String Quartet No. 2, third movement. Bella Rosa String Quartet. Recorded by Don McLean.
  15. Bill Harris: Improvisation No. 1. Bill Harris, piano. Recorded by David Gunn.

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Cooking with Maria
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Krzysztof Penderecki: To the Victims of Hiroshima, Threnody for 52 string instruments. Warsaw National Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, Witold Rowicki, conductor. Philips LP PHS2-901.
  3. Arthur Jarvinen: The Vulture’s Garden. California Ear Unit. O.O.Discs CD OO 28.
  4. Maria de Alvear: En Amor Duro. Hildegard Kleeb, piano. hat ART CD 6112.
  5. Andrew Jackson McWain: Crosswalk. Jane Murray, English horn; Michael Lavoie, acoustic jazz bass. Recorded August 1996. Recording provided by the composer.
  6. Gunther Schuller: Scherzo from Symphony. Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Donald Johanos, conductor. Turnabout LP TV-S 34412.
  7. James Tenney: For Ann, Rising. From "Selected Works 1961-1969." Frog Peak Music CD FP 001.
  8. David Byrne: High Life for Strings. Balanescu Quartet. Argo CD 436 565-2

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Maria Speaks the Truth
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Rodrion Schtchedrin: The Lady with the Lapdog. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra Moscow, Alexander Lazarev, conductor. ZYX-Music (Melodiya) CD MEL 46039-2.
  3. Gwyneth Walker: White Horses. From "Made in U.S.A.". Connecticut Choral Artists. Concora CD HDP-305.
  4. Herbert Brün: Raüber Polka. From "FUNMusic" Festival 1996. Recording provided by Drew Krause.
  5. Maria de Alvear: El Arbol del Norte, beginning. Recording provided by the composer.
  6. Maria de Alvear: Sexo, beginning. Recording provided by the composer.
  7. Maria de Alvear: Porisimo, beginning. Recording provided by the composer.
  8. Maria de Alvear: Luces, beginning. Recording provided by the composer.
  9. Maria de Alvear: Raices 4, beginning. Voices: Maria de Alvear, Beth Griffith, Maria Jonas. Recording provided by the composer.
  10. Maria de Alvear: El Arbol del Norte, excerpt. Recording provided by the composer.
  11. Maria de Alvear: En Amor Duro, 4th section. hat ART CD 6112.
  12. David Gunn: Best of the Bazaar, Mark XII. Recording provided by the composer.
  13. Larry Polansky: Four-Voice Canon #3. From "The Theory of Impossible Melody". Artifact Recordings CD ART 1004.

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Antimatter Horns at Mount Grossglockenspiel: New & Rethought Instruments
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Mauricio Kagel: Improvisation Ajouteé. From "A Second Wind for Organ". David Tudor, organ. Odyssey LP 32 16 0157.
  3. Jean François D'Andrie: Solemn Mass of Saint Hubert. Marie-Claire Alain, organ; Rallye Louvarts de Paris. Musical Heritage Society LP MHS 1535.
  4. Henry Cowell: The Banshee. Henry Cowell, piano. From "Sounds of New Music". Folkways LP FX 6160.
  5. Harry Partch: And on the Seventh Day, Petals Fell in Petaluma, verses 18-21. Gate 5 Ensemble, Harry Partch, director. CRI LP SD 213.
  6. Stefan Von Huene: Totem Tone #4. From "The Sounds of Sound Sculpture". A.R.C. Records LP ST1001.
  7. Harry Bertoia: Sounding Sculptures 1965-1972. From "The Sounds of Sound Sculpture".
  8. David Jacobs: Wah Wahs 1 to 4, Wah Wah 5. From "The Sounds of Sound Sculpture"
  9. Calvin Hampton: Catch Up. From "New Music in Quarter-Tones for Chamber Ensemble and Two Quarter-Tone Pianos". Odyssey LP 32 16 0161.
  10. John Cage: Sonata XII. From "Mr. John Cage's Prepared Piano". John Tilbury, prepared piano. Decca LP HEAD 9.
  11. Conlon Nancarrow: Study No. 3e. From " Complete Studies for Player Piano, Volume One". 1750 Arch Records LP S-1768
  12. John Cage: Suite for Toy Piano. Stephen Drury, keyboard. From "In a Landscape". Catalyst CD 09026-61980-2.
  13. Neal Corwell: Aboriginal Voices. Mark Nelson, tuba. From "Aboriginal Voices". CD available from Mark Nelson, mnelson@mail.millikin.edu.
  14. David Gunn: Best of the Sesquihour Mark XVI. Recording provided by the composer.
  15. Il Gruppo: Lip Service. From "The Private Sea of Dreams". RCA Victor LP LSP-3846.
  16. Joseph Celli: Sky: S for J. From "Organic Oboe". O.O. Records LP #1.
  17. Anne La Berge: revamper. From "blow". Frog Peak Music CD FP004.
  18. Lois V. Vierk: Go Guitars. From "Century XXI: Electic/Acoustic USA 2". New Tone CD NT 6731 (129806731 2).
  19. Pauline Oliveros: A Love Song. From "The Well and The Gentle". hat ART LP 2020.
  20. Nicolas Collins: Broken Light, movement III, Torelli. Soldier String Quartet. From "It Was a Dark and Stormy Night". Trace Elements CD TE-1019 CD.
  21. Nihilist Spasm Band: Elsinore. From"The Nihilist Spasm Band, Vol. 2". Music Gallery Editions LP MGE 13 1979.
  22. Igor Stravinsky: Berceuse. From "The Art of the Theremin". Clara Rockmore, theremin. Delos CD DE 1014.
  23. Marc Battier: Dialogue de Sourds. From "transparence" BondAge CD BRCD 9595.
  24. Iannis Xenakis: Oresteia, conclusion. Ars Nova Ensemble, Marius Constant, Director. Musical Heritage Society LP MHS 1200.
  25. Harry Partch: Delusion of the Fury: A Ritual of Dream and Delusion, conclusion. Ensemble, Danlee Mitchell, conductor. Columbia LP M2 30576.
  26. Jean François D'Andrieu: Solemn Mass of Saint Hubert.
  27. Kenneth Gaburo: The Wasting of Lucrecetzia. From "Music for Voices, Instruments & Electronic Sounds". Nonesuch LP H-71199.
  28. Theme from "All Things Considered" Il Gruppo Nuke Jitters. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  29. Rhys Chatham: An Angel Moves Too Fast to See. From "Century XXI"

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Dichotomy
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Lou Harrison: La Koro Sutro. American Gamelan, John Bergamo, conductor. New Albion CD NA 015.
  3. Robert Moran: Dracula, scene 5. Houston Grand Opera. Catalyst CD 09026-62638-2.
  4. Peggy Madden: Moonbeam Chase. From "Windows to the Sky". Sistrum Records CD SR 12345-2.
  5. Libby Larsen: Concert Piece. Mark Nelson, tuba. From "Aboriginal Voices". CD available from Mark Nelson, mnelson@mail.millikin.edu
  6. Benedict Mason: Lighthouses of England & Wales, excerpt. BBC Symphony Orchestra, Lothar Zagrosek, conductor. Collins Classics CD 20042.
  7. John Alden Carpenter: The Hurdy-Gurdy from Adventures in a Perambulator. Eastman-Rochester Orchestra, Howard Hanson, conductor. Mercury Living Presence 434 319-2
  8. Spike Jones: Riders in the Sky. From "Greatest Hits". Spike Jones & His City Slickers
  9. David Gunn: Best of the Bazaar, Mark XV. Recording provided by the composer.
  10. Alban Berg: Wozzeck, Act 3, Scene 5. Orchester der Deutschen Oper Berlin, Karl Boehm, conductor. DGG CD 138 991
  11. Kurt Weill: Surabaya-Johnny. From "Ute Lemper Sings Kurt Weill, Vol. 2". Ute Lemper, RIAS Sinfonietta Berlin, Jonn Mauceri. London CD 436 417-2.
  12. Bernard Rogers: The Ride of Koschei the Deathless from Once Upon a Time. Eastman-Rochester Orchestra, Howard Hanson. Mercury Living Presence CD 434 319-2.

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